Tourist organization
Contact: +381(0)19 801 690
  • Kladovo

    Kladovo and 22 other settlements compose Kladovo Municipality located in the Eastern part of Serbia and occupying around 63.000 ha. The Danube is the boundary in the East and North-East, not only for Kladovo Municipality, but it also represents a boundary between Serbia and Romania. The river of Slatina and the mountain Miroč are the boundaries with the neighboring municipalities Negotin i Majdanpek.

  • Sights

    The history of this region left significant marks dating back to prehistoric times. During the Mesolithic and the Neolithic period, areas which are today know as Lepenski Vir and Hajdučka vodenica were inhabited. During the later historical periods, these areas were inhabited by the Romans, who left many buildings (Via Trajana, Diana, Trajan’s Bridge, Pontes...)

  • Events

    There is a great number of events in Kladovo over the year. Some of them are traditional, even centuries-long, and some are more contemporary with the aim of enriching the tourist season. The events traditionally celebrated are St Tryphon – Fruit and wine growers day and the Assumption Day Funfair on August 28th. In the summer, we have Blue Week, regattas, honey exhibitions, the Danube Days, Ethno Festival and Zlatna bućka Đerdapa in Tekija.

  • Tourist info

    Our goal is to create and improve the conditions required for development of tourism and, in that way, enable the numerous tourist subjects to present their capacities and services and gain bigger profit. By organizing a number of educational seminars and workshops, by participating in various projects we are likely to improve and create all required preconditions in order to fulfill these goals.

  • Contact

    Kladovo Municipality Tourist Organization Dunavska 16a 19320 Kladovo tel./fax +381 (0)19 801 690 info@tookladovo.rs

Đerdap – Kladovo… where the Danube is most beautiful

Kladovo is inevitably connected to the Iron Gate, the biggest and most beautiful gorge in Europe. This region is also marked by the Hydroelectric Power Plant Đerdap, one of the most important producer of hydroelectric power and just as important navigation system which managed to tame the Danube. However, if we search for the very beginning, we would definitely start from Lepenski Vir and its more than 8000 year old civilization, the discovery of which changed the history books. From then up to now, there basically has not been a civilization that did not settle here also. We are talking here about the Argonauts, the Celts, the Slavs, the Turks...about many explored and unexplored civilizations that lived at this location and left numerous traces of their culture, art and crafts. Today, Kladovo is a small town at the very East of Serbia, which is more and more visited by tourists eager to discover the beauties of this region, to feel the magic of the intact, the power of the Danube and hospitality of the locals.

Welcome to Kladovo!

Tourism


One of the most important strategic oriented aims of long-term development of tourism in Serbia is the one developed on the Danube. Numerous cultural-historical sights, The Đerdap National Park, hunting and fishing tourism, traditional events, possibilities for nautical tourism on the Danube, a wide range of accommodation capacities, etc are only some of the attractive values and offers.
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Sights


The history of this region left significant marks dating back to prehistoric times. During the Mesolithic and the Neolithic period, areas which are today know as Lepenski Vir and Hajdučka vodenica were inhabited. During the later historical periods, these areas were inhabited by the Romans, who left many buildings (Via Trajana, Diana, Trajan’s Bridge, Pontes...), while during the half-millennial presence of the Ottomans, Kladovo’s Fetislam fortress was constructed, as well as the today flooded Ada Kale. The contemporary constructors build the Hydroelectric and navigation system Đerdap 1.
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Events


There is a great number of events in Kladovo over the year. Some of them are traditional, even centuries-long, and some are more contemporary with the aim of enriching the tourist season. The events traditionally celebrated are St Tryphon – Fruit and wine growers day and the Assumption Day Funfair on August 28th. In the summer, we have Blue Week, regattas, honey exhibitions, the Danube Days, Ethno Festival and Zlatna bućka Đerdapa in Tekija.
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